MADISON (WKOW) — The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin is now 989, according to numbers released on Saturday by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS).

This is an increase of 147 cases from Friday, according to the DHS.

The number of cases in Dane County rose to 158 on Saturday from 133 cases on Friday.

Milwaukee also had a jump in cases, going from 411 cases on Friday to 487 cases on Saturday, according to the DHS.

There have been 15,232 negative tests so far. Thirteen people have died.

DHS updates the numbers daily at about 2 p.m.

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(A timeline of the virus’ spread in Wisconsin is available here.)

Wisconsin COVID-19 Test Results
Test Results Number of People as of 3/28/2020
Negative 15,232
Positive 989
Deaths 13
Number of Positive Results by County
Wisconsin County Total Cases as of 3/28/2020 Total Deaths as of 3/28/2020
Bayfield 2 0
Brown 6 0
Calumet 1 0
Chippewa 4 0
Clark 3 0
Columbia 7 0
Dane 158 1
Dodge 6 0
Douglas 6 0
Dunn 2 0
Eau Claire 7 0
Fond du Lac 20 1
Grant 1 0
Green 4 0
Iowa 3 0
Iron 1 1
Jefferson 8 0
Juneau 2 0
Kenosha 24 0
La Crosse 15 0
Marathon 1 0
Marinette 1 0
Milwaukee 489 5
Monroe 1 0
Oneida 1 0
Outagamie 4 0
Ozaukee 33 3
Pierce 4 0
Portage 1 0
Racine 16 0
Richland 2 0
Rock 12 0
Sauk 11 1
Sheboygan 8 0
St. Croix 4 0
Vilas 2 0
Walworth 6 0
Washington 31 0
Waukesha 72 0
Waupaca 1 1
Winnebago 7 0
Wood 2 0
Total 989 13
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